Nestled in the heart of Cambridge, the Cambridge Union Society presents a captivating venue that leaves a lasting impression. With its original Victorian Gothic architecture crafted by Alfred Waterhouse in 1866, this historical gem offers a remarkable setting for weddings. Situated within the enchanting surroundings of King’s College, Cambridgeshire, couples can indulge in effortless luxury as they celebrate their momentous union.
Renowned as one of the world’s oldest debating societies in the UK, the Cambridge Union Society exudes an undeniable sense of distinction, ensuring that your wedding will be etched in the annals of time. Its ethereal elegance appeals to all who enter. Within the magnificent architecture, the acclaimed Debating Chamber takes center stage as a truly impressive location for ceremonies and receptions. Bathed in natural light, this ground floor masterpiece features a small raised stage and can accommodate up to 300 guests in a theater-style seating arrangement.
On the first floor, the Fairfax Rhodes Reading Room awaits, an elegant and versatile space ideal for gatherings of up to 54 attendees. Adorned with lofty arched ceilings and expansive windows, the room also offers joint access to the Keynes Library, providing a perfect break-out space for your event. Additionally, the inviting Mountbatten Room and the stunning Dining Room, adjacent to The Orator, offer further enchanting settings. Should you desire an outdoor experience, the secluded front garden presents ample room for a marquee, adding an extra touch of splendor to your celebration.
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